Saturday, April 17, 2010

Chess as mental training II


Ja Volim Mary Jane: Chess as mental training

← Previous revision Revision as of 11:51, October 18, 2008 Line 22: Line 22: [[Alfred Binet]] demonstrated in the late 19th century that good [[chess players]] have superior [[memory]] and [[imagination]]. [[Adriaan de Groot]] concurred with Alfred Binet that visual memory and visual perception are important attributors and that problem-solving ability is of paramount importance.
[[Alfred Binet]] demonstrated in the late 19th century that good [[chess players]] have superior [[memory]] and [[imagination]]. [[Adriaan de Groot]] concurred with Alfred Binet that visual memory and visual perception are important attributors and that problem-solving ability is of paramount importance.
- There are a number of [[experiment]]s that suggest that learning and playing chess aids the [[mind]]. The [[Grandmaster Eugene Torre Chess Institute]] in the Philippines, and the [[United States Chess Federation]]'s chess [[research]] [[bibliography]], among others, collect such experimental results. The advent of chess software that automatically record and analyze the moves of each game and can tirelessly play with human players of various levels, further helped in giving new directions to experimental designs.
+ There are a number of [[experiment]]s that suggest that learning and playing chess aids the [[mind]]. The [[Grandmaster Eugene Torre Chess Institute]] in the Philippines, and the [[United States Chess Federation]]'s chess [[research]] [[bibliography]], among others, collect such experimental results. The advent of chess software that automatically record and analyze the moves of each player in each game and can tirelessly play with human players of various levels, further helped in giving new directions to experimental designs on chess as mental training.
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